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You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: William Nigh
Producer: Dorothy Davenport
Production Company: Monogram Pictures Corporation
Audio/Visual: sound, b&w
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: Smaller file available elsewhere
A good quality print with a much smaller download file is available here:
Subject: Snappy and funny!
The film did not have me at hello, but definitely at: "I'm going to get quietly, but efficiently plastered." The dialogue is snappy and honestly funny. Due to the short running time the plot is almost awkwardly straight forward, but it also never wastes time on overly sentimental scenes. It also features a great wardrobe!
Subject: Love that Tuttle!
He reminded me of William Holden. I think this could be remade today with one of our current crop of young divas. Funny moments like the bedraggled bouquet of roses, (that instantly became beautiful in the vase). Or the fight scene at the end. It's interesting to read the bios of the three principles and see what went on in their real lives. I thought this was witty and fun, but then I was looking at Tuttle most of the time!
Subject: a piece of lovely comedy
Lovely and silly. I really enjoyed it, although it is cliched and predictable at times. but for a sucker for sweetness like me it's a good watch for a rainy friday afternoon when you need to shut your brain off for a while. It made me smile.
Subject: great movie
I think you will like it, the mpeg 1 was not a great make though so go for the mpeg2
Subject: really cute
it was short and sweet
Subject: Made for the silly romantic in all of us
I genuinely enjoyed this one. What's more, I showed it to my kids (who have very little patience for anything older than themselves) and THEY loved it.
A not-overly-mature young woman is left at the altar by her fiance, and to get back at him, she marries her lawyer on the spot, unaware that he's been secretly in love with her for some time. The erstwhile fiance shows up on the honeymoon, and the resulting triangle is sweet and hilarious by turns. A tad predictable, perhaps, but still an enjoyable film.
It's about a lot of mix ups and interruptions in a wedding.
A screwball comedy from Monogram?
Watch it you'll probably like it.
Everyone seems to like what I don't.